J. Samuel Tenenbaum

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J. Samuel Tenenbaum
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Title(s) Clinical Associate Professor of Law
Director, Investor Protection Center
Law school Northwestern University School of Law
Subject(s) Clinic Practice: Complex Civil Litigation
Clinic Practice: Investor Protection
Clinic Practice: Complex Civil Litigation & Investor Protection
International Team Project
Selected Issues in Israeli and Palestinian Law
Summer Research Internship
Status full time
Alma Mater Northwestern University
Outline(s) Northwestern Tenenbaum Clinic Practice: Complex Civil Litigation, Northwestern Tenenbaum Clinic Practice: Complex Civil Litigation & Investor Protection, Northwestern Tenenbaum Clinic Practice: Investor Protection, Northwestern Tenenbaum International Team Project, Northwestern Tenenbaum Selected Issues in Israeli and Palestinian Law, Northwestern Tenenbaum Summer Research Internship
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J. Samuel Tenenbaum is a law professor at Northwestern University School of Law. Subjects taught by J. Samuel Tenenbaum include Clinic Practice: Complex Civil Litigation, Clinic Practice: Investor Protection, Clinic Practice: Complex Civil Litigation & Investor Protection, International Team Project, Selected Issues in Israeli and Palestinian Law, and Summer Research Internship.

J. Samuel Tenenbaum graduated from Northwestern University.

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